Of course the primary thing to do at Kasouga is – – – NOTHING. That’s how you will get the most out of the relaxing atmosphere and environment.

That will be difficult though, being so close to the sea, river and natural forest. So consider one or more of the following:

  • Stroll on the beach or river bank.
  • Go fishing in the sea or river.
  • Walk through the natural forest.
  • Sail or wind-surf on the river or sea.
  • Canoe in the river.
  • Go birdwatching, keep a look-out for the beautiful Knysna Lourie or the furtive Narina Trogon.
  • Swim in the warm Indian Ocean
  • Bask in the sun
  • Walk on the pristine beach for km east or west without a single house in view..just you, the sea, the sky, and nature
  • Explore the sea-weedy clear rocky pools
  • Picnic in the cool shady caves.

Should you tire of this, take a day visit to one of the many game farms on our doorstep such as Sibuya with an added attraction of a boatboat trip, and Kariega Park. Some distance further is the Addo Elephant park and Shamwari.

Within easy distance from Kasouga is Kenton-on-Sea with the interestingly shaped carriage rock on the beach and good resuarants and Port Alfred with Royal Port Alfred golf course and much more.

The village of Bathurst hosts the popular Bathurst Agricultural Show with horses, pigs, plenty of goodies to eat and buy..a fun day out for the whole family. Something else is The Pineapple, a replica so large that you can climb up into it!

Grahamstown, 1hr drive, hosts the yearly Grahamstown National Arts Festival. A visit to Ichthyology where the once thought of extinct fish, the Coelacanth, found off the East London coast, has been preserved, with many other interesting marine specimens.

If all else fails and someone needs to visit the shopping Malls, Port Elizabeth and East London are both day-trips that are available.